2 Common Interview Mistakes

When it comes to job interviews, there’s plenty of things that can really go wrong. That doubles maybe even triples for college students and recent grads with entry-level jobs. We are breaking it down into two common mistakes that are made amongst young people. 

1. Following Up (Neglecting)

Marketing Holding Steady With Recovery On The Horizon

Stability in the energy sector and overall business confidence in Alberta is gradually improving, suggesting we have hit the bottom of the oil price slump, which is great news for job seekers. Statistics Canada reported employment in Alberta was unchanged between December and January, with a significant increase of nearly 25,000 part-time jobs.

Keeping Your Employees Happy And Motivated During The Holidays

The mont of December, perhaps more than any other time of the year, is the ultimate tight rope for bosses. You balance between being too loose and being too strict. When you are too loose, your employees may not stay on track and that could hurt business.. How ever, if you are too strict, you come off at the grinch, and possibly damage the office morale, now and after the season has ended. 

5 Telling Questions That Reveal The True Potential in a Candidate

Have you ever interviewed a candidate, had them come off absolutely perfect for the job and then once you got them in the actual position, they didn’t cut it? 

We know, enthusiasm can go a long way in a interview and it can even challenge a hiring manager’s ability to decipher if this candidate is actually a fit for the position. 

Bored At Work? Here's How You Can Shake It Up!

Feeling a little bored at work? Here are 4 ways to shake it up! 

  1. Redecorate Your WorkSpace 

Tiny cubicle? Not a problem, add some energy to your space with a mini office make over. Clean out the clutter, tidy it up and add pictures with quotes you find inspiring or travel destinations, and goals!